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A New Novel Looks at the Dubya Years: "Landfall" by Thomas Mallon

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Aired on Tuesday, March 5th.

Novelist Thomas Mallon is our guest. His latest historical yarn, which he tells us about, explores the George W. Bush White House. It's called "Landfall," and per The Wall Street Journal: "As in Mr. Mallon's many other novels, the writing is crisp and witty, the central characters complex and sympathetic in surprising ways, the narrative structure tight." And further, from The New York Times Book Review: "Entertainingly bitchy.... Smart and knowing and absorbing.... Extremely well-made.... The prose is a pleasure.... 'Landfall' is fascinating." Please note that Mr. Mallon will appear tonight (the 5th) at a reading/signing at Magic City Books, beginning at 7pm.

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